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Good luck with using 650 on a bus.
 Hey, just dont forget to post 'em, ok? You had some serios hardware, so I'm very interested to hear what do you think of the combo
 Three clicks up from possible max five clicks on 50 hz
True. And true that re-400 can be tweaked with eq to have a lot of subbass. I'm listening on HM-700 and eq'ed a few notches  up at 50 Hz re-400b has more subbass than full sized momentum. And it does it without losing anything in mids and highs - amazing, I must say.
maybe you should change your perception? Thick and dark sound sig is good for intended purpose - outdoor use. Also, if someone has bass bleed problems with big momentums i suggest using EQ, minus few dB at 50 and 200 Hz makes them almost reference cans.
As I know, at least 3 versions exist, and if you count the balanced edition - then even 4. 
Thank you!
Story about re-400 durability - my girlfriend owns them for 7 month, and she destoys any headphones very easily, so 7 month is a very good result. She got a version with the soft large jack, I dont know is that old or new version of the iem. There was no pouch, cable wrapper or comply tips in the box with them.
Hello! Are these in production? No info about them even on ortofon website
Well, I think that re-400 has much better sound quality, but if you praise warmness and fun - go on, take 215. Had 215, also had ie-6, another super warm IEM. But only re-400 have real 30 hz subbass, great resolution, and superb speed that is enough to effortlessly play any genre of music.
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